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Nothing Ever Happens Here

by Sarah Hagger-Holt (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 12 years

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This is Littlehaven. Nothing ever happens here. Until my dad.” Izzy’s dad hasn’t left, or committed a terrible crime. But he’s the talking-point of the whole town. He’s come out as Danielle, a trans woman. And now Izzy is full of fears and questions about what it means for her family. Will people laugh? Will her parents split up? Is Dad gone forever? Is he still there for her? Izzy has always been shy, but now she’s being forced into the spotlight. With all eyes on her, can she face her fears, find her voice and stand up for what’s right?

  • A powerful and topical story of a family in tumult
  • Explores big issues in a warm, honest and hopeful way
  • Sarah Hagger-Holt works for LGBTQ+ charity Stonewall
  • She has written for i Paper and The Huffington Post

“I can’t wait for kids to read it – it’s a book a lot of people need right about now.” Jay Hulme

Product Details

Catalogue number

895 in ROW Primary March 2020






Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

January 2nd, 2020

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  • 288 pages


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